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The Berlin Dadaists were a pretty avant garde bunch for their time, but it's not known whether the likes of Hannah Höch and George Grosz snacked on falafel as they prepared for the First International Dada Fair in the city in 1920.
Nevertheless, if this restaurant had been around at the time, Höch, Grosz and co would undoubtedly have dropped by for freshly cut salad, homemade falafel and hummus.
It is a little on the expensive side (well, how else would they pay for all the sparkle and shine of an interior that would drive a magpie mad with lust), but that's the only criticism to be leveled at Dada Falafel. Fast service, outstanding food and fresh ingredients used by chefs who know their business all draw crowds to the Mitte outlet daily and into the wee small hours.
Editor & Berlin Local